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Bored with Your Diet Food? It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way!

When you are trying to lose weight, it can be an incredibly sad journey. Imagine not being able to eat the food you crave and love. You’re stuck with the same good groups every day. If you are trying to build muscles, you’ll be eating protein all day long. If you’re trying to shed off

Grammar Corner: Peal vs. Peel

In this edition of Grammar Corner, we discuss some of the most widely used grammar errors in the English language. We don’t just correct you, though; we pinpoint exactly why a particular word/phrase/idiom is used incorrectly, while providing the context for each mistake, and then providing the right word/phrase/idiom. Most of the time, a grammar

Grammar Corner: Loss vs. Lost

In this edition of Grammar Corner, we discuss some of the most widely used grammar errors in the English language. We don’t just correct you, though; we pinpoint exactly why a particular word/phrase/idiom is used incorrectly, while providing the context for each mistake, and then providing the right word/phrase/idiom. Most of the time, a grammar

Grammar Corner: Bare With Me vs. Bear With Me

In this edition of Grammar Corner, we discuss some of the most widely used grammar errors in the English language. We don’t just correct you, though; we pinpoint exactly why a particular word/phrase/idiom is used incorrectly, while providing the context for each mistake, and then providing the right word/phrase/idiom. Most of the time, a grammar

Grammar Corner: Canceled vs. Cancelled

In this edition of Grammar Corner, we discuss some of the most widely used grammar errors in the English language. We don’t just correct you, though; we pinpoint exactly why a particular word/phrase/idiom is used incorrectly, while providing the context for each mistake, and then providing the right word/phrase/idiom. Most of the time, a grammar

Grammar Corner: What’s The Difference Between Discreet and Discrete?

The words “discreet” and “discrete” have similar word origins. They both come from the Latin word discretus, which means something that is separated from others, different, or distinct. Despite their similar roots, however, they have very different meanings, so it’s best not to get the two confused. These words are homophones – words with different

Grammar Corner: What’s The Difference Between Analysis vs Analyses?

When it comes to grammar errors, misunderstanding words can come from many sources. Sometimes it’s the homonyms that sound and look similar but have very different meanings. At times, it’s the battle of British vs. American English with words that have similar meaning but slightly different spelling. And we also have similar-sounding words that aren’t

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3 Things to Watch Out for in Choosing Your Child’s Preschool

In most US cities, public child education starts at just the age of three. The goal of this public pre-K system is to bridge the learning gap before it widens too much. According to a New York Times article, the system seems to be going well for Washington. Children who underwent pre-K showed more readiness

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Jobs that Will Fulfill Your Wanderlust

Are you one who would prefer to travel and see what’s going on around you than sit in the office the whole day? That is a dream come true. These jobs may include traveling by car or flying overseas. If you are traveling by car, make sure your driver’s license is valid. If you’re having

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A Class of Their Own: Types of Commercial Driver’s Licenses

To drive certain types of commercial vehicles – such as semi-trucks, dump trucks, passenger buses, and tractor-trailers – drivers are required to get a commercial driver’s license (CDL). This was first imposed in 1986 when the federal government passed the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act. This law made it mandatory for all drivers of commercial vehicles

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